Congratulations to the following recipients who have been successful in receiving an IGIC grant.
|Organisation||Project title||Project Description||Amount (Excluding Co-contribution)|
|F&J Taddei||Accelerating Citrus Competitiveness||This project will increase the efficiency and expand the capacity available to growers in the Midwest for packing citrus, stonefruit, avocadoes and mangoes for export.||$60 000|
|Esperance Quality Grains||New Export Link||This project will support Esperance Quality Grains (EQG) to transition from a local grain handler to an accredited grain exporting business. EQG will work to develop customer relationships and services for grain exported from the Esperance region. Initially this will focus on field peas. A longer term goal is to expand to new crops such as faba beans.||$99 000|
|Fruit West Co-operative||Bravo Apple||This project will introduce the Bravo™ apple to high value Asian consumers and define market pathways to consumers.||$60 000|
|Potato Growers Association||Seed Potato Competitiveness||The Potato Growers Association will export potato seed to Egypt through a strategic relationship with prominent English and Dutch seed suppliers. The Project will define a strategy, support market visits to Egypt, the UK and the Netherlands to adopt leading scalable growing practices.||$67 000|
|WAFarmers||Certified Export Honey||This project will help to grow certified jarrah and marri honey exports by partnering with distributors and maintaining the authenticity of Western Australia’s unique honeys in high value markets.||$100 000|
The IGIC program is a targeted response to the Fund’s Pathways to Competitiveness report.